M.Sc. Telecommunications  

Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology  

Duration: 2 years  

Starts in: October & February  

The program requires coursework in one specialisation and thesis preparation. Each student works with a supervisor from the faculty. The professor helps the student plan an academic program of coursework compatible with the degree requirements and the student’s educational objectives. The advisor also supervises the research and the thesis preparation. The thesis is based on a research project that partly involves the original material. Graduates of the Telecommunications specialisation possess the knowledge and skills necessary to design, implement, and operate telecommunication circuits, equipment, and systems based on modern technologies. The study, in particular, the methods and techniques for transmission of information using radio waves using the potential of digital processes, computers, and other advanced technologies, as well as the methods of image and sound processing. Students also acquire skills necessary to solve system problems that require comprehensives knowledge in telecommunications and computer science, combined with some non-engineering knowledge.  


Examples of modules:  

• Discrete Random Processes  

• Computational Electromagnetics for Telecommunication  

• Queuing Theory  

• Adaptive Image Recognition  

• Techniques and Algorithms for Signal Processing  

• Adaptive Signal Processing  

• IP Multimedia Subsystem  

• Digital Communications  

• Optical Fiber Transmission 


The graduate can:  

• design radio, television, and electro-acoustic equipment, both for studios and general use, as well as to design radio location and radio navigation systems;  

• process images and sounds and design multimedia systems with particular attention paid to Internet applications;  

• create specialised software used in the telecommunications sector;  

• design systems and networks of wire telecommunications (telephone, data transfer, and integrated systems) as well as mobile systems (including satellite ones) and manage their operation;  

• create infrastructure supporting the management of telecommunications networks and services which combine various specialised IT systems. Career opportunities:  

• operators of landline and mobile networks;  

• suppliers of services and manufacturers of telecommunications equipment and software;  

• TV broadcasters and producers; radio broadcasters and recording studios;  

• telecommunications and IT departments of banks, state administration, and other large companies;

• research and implementation centres of the world’s telecommunications concerns;  

• small telecommunications and IT companies.